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Sun 07 Dec 2003

ICCS Exhibition at Buloh

Category : mangroves

At part of the 10th anniversary celebrations for Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve, we set up an ICCS exhibtion with photos from Alan Yeo, velcro from GSG(!), panels from Raffles Museum, SBWR and the Ocean Conservancy, and post-cleanup exhibits by some RGS students. The exhibit's first use was at the NParks/NEA Litter free launch where we talked to NEA's CEO, then we dragged it over to the forum we conducted for SIF's civic engagement/Chek Jawa panel and now this. Pretty pleased with the mileage I am getting out of the exhibition material.

KOY, CSY, NHQ and I were hard at work earlier in the morning setting up panels from scratch, screwing them into proper orientation and setting up material. It took us 90 minutes and it was lucky we all came so early - 7.10am! Finished just in time - the minister appeared in seconds and soon things were afoot. It ended with the SBWR volunteers gamely putting up a hilarious musical, based on some nice tales of plant and animal life in the park!

Good that Kate (Singapre American School) was there, as the American ambassador came down and chatted - so I told him how, to their credit, we put SAS into the toughest site each year.

In the meantime, WTC was busy at reservist, getting acquainted with a new type of rifle! Oh well...

We dismantled the exhibit only on Sunday, after we finished the Sungei Buloh Anniversary Walk. Lots of guides were around to help, so it was so much easier and faster!

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